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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
This design is for Art & Logic, Inc. (www.artlogic.com). We are a contract developer of custom software applications.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We will be replacing the 5 icons on our homepage (www.artlogic.com) with 4 new ones. Please see the attached sketch showing roughly what we want. (icon-sketch.jpg)
The new icons should fit with the general style of our website. Below is a description of each icon:
This icon should show an illustration of a browser window with the most easily recognizable attributes of a website: a back button, a forward button, a reload button, a home button, and an address bar with "http://www."
This icon is an illustration of an iPhone, showing the default home screen. For pictures of iPhones, see: http://www.apple.com/iphone/
This icon is an illustration of an iMac. For pictures of iMacs, see: http://www.apple.com/imac/ It would be nice for the iMac screen to show some typical Mac things, like a menubar at the top, dock at the bottom, and icons at the upper right.
This icon is an illustration of a typical PC. The PC should probably be dark colored, since that will look the most different from the lighter aluminum look of an iMac. See www.dell.com for photos of typical-looking PC's. It would be nice for the PC screen to show some typical Windows things, like a start button and taskbar at the bottom, and some icons at the upper left.
All of the icons should use the word "Development" instead of "Applications".
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
We are a premium services company. Our clients are well-educated and have a good understanding of the computer industry. We need to communicate that we truly understand these platforms. We want something that's clear, consistent, and perfect looking.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
The attached screenshot shows an early design that we thought was a nice start. (style-idea.png) However, we are not married to this idea. Also, note that the themes of the icons has been changed, as shown in the sketch.
We recommend testing your ideas on style-idea.png to make sure they look good on our website.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
- The icons must be of equal width and height (i.e. square), not including the text. (As shown in our sketch.)
- The icons will be resized in real-time depending on the browser window size. The smallest version will be 100px * 100px (not including the text), so they must look good at that size, and up. The original graphics should be at least 500px * 500px. Vector format would be nice, but isn't necessary.
- The icons must fit into the general style of the existing website, www.artlogic.com
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